Tag Archives: Flora

The Snake (January 2012)

With the new year, comes a new set of digital singles from The Snake.  The tracks all range in genre and boast diverse geographic origins.  Briefly, I would like to take the time, now, to present January’s collection.  Everyone at The Snake would like to extend a warm thank you to the artists involved and to the readers.


High Buildings

Nonsense (Sunday’s Best)

‘Nonsense’ by Flora   (December 9, 2010)

If I had to put a video to this song, it would be a slow motion ax murder chase ending in extreme gore representing the battling mentalities that go to work on each other in ‘Nonsense’ resolving in melody only for the chorus – I’m here, I’m in my room all alone.


Happy Today (Best New Music)

Happy Today by Flora   (December 9, 2010)

Liron Meshulam leads Flora with swift and beautiful vocal melodies; she has an endearing way of layering herself to create inspiring moments within the synchronization.  Beyond this, the instrumentation follows toe to toe with the vocals creating an astounding assimilation between the parts.  Happy Today creates swelling emotion by using traditional devices with an expert touch.  Cover art by Alon Segal.